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Our Watch Your 1s campaign gathers momentum for new hockey season

The Hockey Paper‘s Watch Your 1s campaign, launched in our last print edition and online, received great feedback from clubs eager to get on board and be …

Stoop partnership with England Hockey will be ‘long term’, say Harlequins

By Rod Gilmour Staging hockey at Harlequins, recently home to the successful double header, will become more frequent after club officials admitted that the …

Hockey fixtures 2019/20: Hampstead & Westminster and Surbiton ladies open on the road

By Rod Gilmour English hockey’s two domestic champions will both take the defence of their titles on the road after the 2019/20 fixtures were released. …

The Hockey Paper launches ‘Watch Your 1s’ campaign to lift domestic game

By The Hockey Paper | Editorial We have launched our campaign and competition to boost attendances at 1st XI level and reinvigorate match day atmospheres in …

Liverpool’s lack of hockey facilities the battle for this tireless achiever

By Rod Gilmour | Editor Jean Arnold is something of an icon in Liverpool. The 79-year-old has been a revered PE teacher in the region for decades and her …

Why clubs should offer more ParaHockey

By Richard Bright The founder of disability hockey at Surbiton HC is calling on clubs across the country to embrace the sport. ParaHockey supporters have tried …

England Hockey Championship finals: Hampstead & Westminster’s day to savour

By The Hockey Paper | Lee Valley What a history-making weekend for Hampstead & Westminster. On Saturday, the club marked 125 years since coming into …

Sweden’s Partille become European indoor hockey kings

Germany’s indoor stranglehold is over – at least for one year – but few would have predicted Sweden’s Partille SC making history. …

Bowdon Hightown in tune at EuroHockey women’s indoor

Bowdon Hightown, the 2018 English national champions, earned promotion to the top tier of European indoor hockey after a successful weekend in Vienna. At the …

Forget the big leagues, how strong really is hockey’s grass roots?

Three stories in the Australian sports media caught our columnist Todd Williams‘ eye in recent weeks – and they don’t paint the prettiest of …